Adena Philips is an Israel Policy Forum board member and previously served as the inaugural national chair of IPF Atid. Adena is an organizational consultant and executive coach based in New York where she works with Fortune 500 companies, government organizations, and not-for-profits in the US and internationally, providing consulting, coaching, and workshop facilitation in areas including change management, strategic planning, and impact assessment. Adena also serves as a trainer and facilitator for Resetting the Table, an organization dedicated to building dialogue and deliberation on Israel within the American Jewish community. Adena previously was a consultant in the strategy and operations group at Deloitte Consulting. Adena’s clients include Pfizer Inc., PNC Bank, Heinz, and the NYC Economic Development Corporation. She has worked with several Jewish non-profits as a change management consultant, including UJA Federation, the Israel Philharmonic, and the Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation. Adena is the Co-Chair of ACCESS Global, the American Jewish Committee’s Young Leadership, and serves on the advisory committee for the Jewish Religious Equality Coalition (JREC) and the board of the Council of Young Jewish Presidents. Adena graduated summa cum laude from York University with a BA in Philosophy and Communications and holds an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business with specializations in Strategy, Change Management, and Global Business.